What’s in a smile lift? Today in Metro UK

What’s in a smile lift? Today in Metro UK

I’ve been talking to some international newspapers for some time now, but Metro wasn’t yet part of that list. Fortunately, I got in touch with Emily Shackleton, one of their great professionals.

Metro is probably one of the biggest sources of information in the UK. In case you don’t know, their website reaches the same audience as their newspaper and it attracts an average of 25,391,618 readers every month!

So you may understand the happiness I felt as I received the first Metro article featuring the work I’ve been developing with my team at the White Clinic®. Such great news need to be shared, specially because of my colleagues – they deserve to be recognized after all the great work they have been doing!

This article explains all about the “No Half Smiles” concept and “Smile Lifting”, how the treatment works, how much does it cost, how long will it last and all the other information anyone may like to know. All I say is the truth I know and, at the White Clinic®, we always explain everything: if we want our patients to trust us, we have to explain everything, we have to clarify any blurred feeling or fear they may have!

At last, I’d like to thank Metro for their interest in this subject and I invite you all to read the full article on their website.



Read Also:


Related Posts

Artificial intelligence in dentistry

For those who have been paying attention to the latest news in the technology space, you will most certainly have noticed that OpenAI recently launched ChatGPT, a new artificial intelligence (AI) chatbot. It is amazing to see how this technology works and how quickly it can do incredibly complex tasks and have virtually all the information that is online at your disposal in a matter of seconds.

Read More

“Digital does not improve mistakes, it highlights them.”

In an interview with Maxillaris, the vice-president of the Digital Dentistry Society – and member of several international scientific and academic institutions – predicts that in the future “it will be the patient who will be making more conscious decisions, assisted by artificial intelligence”.

Read More

Organic dentistry

In the last decade, we’ve seen the food industry change the way it markets what we consume. Nowadays there is much more concern about how our food is produced, packaged and distributed, and the whole organic food industry, free of GMOs (genetically modified organisms) and pesticides has really impacted this process.

Read More
Scroll to Top